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Dodge Stealth, Mitsubishi 3000GT, Auto Repair
#8 of 89 Re: 1991 dodge stealth [rodeojeff]
Apr 24, 2008 (5:27 am)
in regaurds to you post about no spark on 1 coil check your ptu and ecu make sure your getting a signal out of the ptu and if you are not check for signal coming out of the ecu mine had the same problem and the ptu was bad it worked but now i gots no spark at all so im basically throwing parts at it hopeing it will start working again
May 25, 2008 (5:54 pm)
I have a 92 Dodge Stealth 3.0 v-6 Twin Turbo,
Now my car is backfiren, but the funny thing is that the firen order is off by 2 cylinders, the book says 1-4-2-5-3-6, but the way i have it is 1-2-4-5-3-6 and it seems to run a lot better then the way the book says, the book way gives me Poor Accel, Backfire, and somewhat hard to start, but my way the car will not backfire "as much" but starts Quicker, and a whole lot better Accel. Can someone plz help me, iv been worken on this problem for 2 months now, so i really need your help, tell me what i should do, or what could be the problem, Could it be my valves. some kind of sensiour, why dose it run better with a messed up firing order.
And so think u, for taking the time to help,
#10 of 89 Re: 1991 dodge stealth [sunni_18m]
May 25, 2008 (6:00 pm)
try ur Transister
#11 of 89 Re: dodge stealth Twin Turbo [herman1117]
May 25, 2008 (6:05 pm)
i have the same problem, if u want try switchen the 4-2 cy, wire. it worked for me well the Accel part, but not the poping, mine still dose that, im tryen to figure that out still
#12 of 89 91 TT STEALTH WHEELS & RIMS
Jun 11, 2008 (1:32 pm)
Can anyone tell me how 18 in rims with 275/35-18 tires will fit and preform on the vehicle. I am concerned about rubbing in the front. The specifications say it will work providing I have the right offset on the rims. It calls for about a 45 to 50 offset. Would you have any coment to this and what experience have you may you have had with idea. Can you recommend any particular tire or rim, as I am looking for more handling than longevity. It sits in the garage most of the time. I have it completly modified, and running around 500 horsepower. Very stout machine. Can you comment on the Vredestein sessanta's and the drag dr31 rims. Apprecite your imput anyone.
#13 of 89 some times floods out when starting
Nov 18, 2008 (10:33 am)
My 1992 twin turbo dodge stealth starts up fine after setting over night, and starts up fine just after shuting off engine, but most of the time after setting for an hour or so it seems to sound like it floods itself out. After letting it run for a bit it will clear itself up. I have put new injector, plug wires, plugs, and numerous sensors one the car.Fuel pump has been checked and is fine. And also i have put a new computor on the car.
#14 of 89 Converting '91 RT to Turbo?
Dec 19, 2008 (5:50 am)
My son is in Iraq and just before he left he asked me to try to get his '91 RT converted to a turbo motor. It is a custom Stealth with a RT motor. The motor blew back in October just before he deployed. With extra cash he gets from being in a war zone he has asked if I would try to get his Stealth not only repaired, but he'd love to have it modified to be extremely quick and fast. Anyone have any suggestions on the best way to accomplish this. He returns mid February and I'd love nothing more than to be there waiting with his Stealth read to roll. He has limited cash naturally, so that may completely make this a moot point?
#16 of 89 Re: Converting '91 RT to Turbo? [dreamer16]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Dec 19, 2008 (10:39 pm)
You know, this doesn't sound like the best way to spend his money. This is a rather large heavy car to begin with, and I don't think it's ever going to be that "fast" compared to starting with something more modern and durable.
Just my two cents.
#17 of 89 Re: Converting '91 RT to Turbo? [Mr_Shiftright]
Dec 20, 2008 (3:24 am)
I agree i don't think it is a very good way to spend a yourng man's
money just getting out of the service. But the car is fast and beautiful. How fast can you go now days on our busy highways anyway! And i have spent alot of money in just replacing new parts, some of which it didn't need and were easy
to get to the engine. But i think at this day and age it would be best for
someone with a limited amount of money to buy new with a warrenty.
But if he still does want to convert his old with a blown engine to twin turbo.
For get it. Lots of money. My car is the way to go.I have already spent the money.
I have been a little obsessed with my car also, but it is time to let it go too someoneelse.